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    Beth Konkoski

     
    Department:English
    Planning:
    A Day: Period 3, planning, 12:29-2:20
    B Day: Period 8, common planning, 2:35- 4:03
     I am available for make-up work and extra help before school from 8:30-9:05 a.m. and after school by appointment.
    My Schedule: 
    Period 1: Dual Enrollment, room 314
    Period 2: AP Language, room 314
    Period 3: Planning
    Period 4: Dual Enrollment, room 314
    Period 5: Dual Enrollment, room 314
    Period 6: Study Hall, room 314
    Period 7: AP Language, room 314
    Period 8: English Common Planning 


     
    • Education:
    • Bachelor's: St. Lawrence University
    • Masters: SUNY Albany
    • National Board Certification, 2009
    Other Information
    Welcome, welcome, welcome to my site. I am happy to be starting my fifteenth year at Broad Run.   I have now been teaching for more than twenty years, but still get excited when it is time to start a new year.  In 2009 I was fortunate to complete National Board Certification; after all the work, it was nice to receive the honor of recognition and to know I had improved my teaching along the way.  Prior to my Broad Run experience, I taught in Maryland, New York, California and Hawaii. Yes, I could keep a job in those days, however, my husband's job required us to move around quite a bit. We are now happily settled in Ashburn and planning to stay. I received my Bachelor's degree from St. Lawrence University and my Master's in English from The State University of New York at Albany. My husband and I have two children, Sam, attending NOVA and Claire, a junior at Broad Run.
     
     
    This year I will be teaching two sections of Advanced Placement Language and Composition and three sections of the Dual Enrollment course, a relatively new class at Broad Run that gives students six NOVA English credits.  I am looking forward to this schedule as it will bring exciting challenges and terrific kids to my room every day. My teaching style asks students to be active and engaged in class daily. It is my hope that all students will think, read, write, speak and listen every time they attend class.
     
     
    I have been teaching teenagers for a long time and know how difficult it can be to help them manage their time and commitments when the school year gets underway. Please get in touch with me if you have any concerns. I will always return your e-mails or phone calls within twenty-four hours.
     
    If you wish to contact me, please e-mail me by clicking here.
     
    All homework assignments can be found by accessing the links on the left hand side of this page. 
Last Modified on August 17, 2017